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Menu for Burmatown in Corte Madera, CA

  • Closed:
    Closed
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  • Cuisines:

    American North American

    American North American

  • Features:

    Delivery , Non-Contact Delivery

  • Dietary:

    Vegetarian

  • Known for:

    Beer, Healthy options, Small plates, Great tea selection, Vegetarian options, Wine, Cozy, Dessert, Dine-in, Dinner, Solo dining, Usually a wait, Staff required to disinfect surfaces between visits, Mask required, Accepts reservations, Curbside pickup, Fast service, Restroom, Wheelchair accessible entrance, Wheelchair accessible restroom, Wheelchair accessible seating, Popular with Tourists, Alcohol,
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Burmatown in Corte Madera, CA, is a American restaurant with average rating of 4.7 stars. Curious? Here’s what other visitors have to say about Burmatown. Whether you’re curious about how busy the restaurant is or want to reserve a table, call ahead at (415) 985-5060.

Burmatown offers diners a wide variety of delicious vegetarian options

Other favorable attributes include: healthy options.

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Steve Kopetsky (Steverino) 1 year ago
3

We have patronized this restaurant extensively during the pandemic and tipped very generously for takeout. Nice people. The rush... job through our dinner made it unenjoyable. Very, very rushed service. It's like..."hurry up, already" Yes, really without anyexaggeration. Read more

Haley Read 1 year ago
4

4/5. They?re doing a lot of things well, like the ambiance, staff, tea leaf salad, bao and chicken curry. However some of the... other dishes don?t quite hit the mark because it?s too saucy and sweet ( ???? green beans and noods) Read more

Jeff Bedrick 1 year ago
5

I've been enjoying delivery from Burmatown for the last year or so but wanted to try dining in since they moved to their new... larger location. Met a friend at the comfortable bar just before the dinner rush and enjoyed an extraordinary dinner withexceptional beers and ciders in a lively, friendly atmosphere. The wings are not to be missed, but everything else is just asgood, including an amazing affogato panna cotta dessert. Read more

Melvin Dizon 1 year ago
5

At this hidden gem of a restaurant, you should completely ignore the tired Asian fusion options and go straight for the... authentic Burmese dishes. In the cooler months, a hearty spiced potato-stuffed samosa and fresh, springy egg noodles tossed withbarbecue pork and fried garlic chips will warm your soul, while in the warmer months, a nutty, crunchy, and flavorful tea leafsalad is the perfect answer to a hot summer day. It should come as no surprise that Burmatown is Corte Madera's most popularneighbor given the high quality of the food that it serves; the restaurant is popular with local families living in thesurrounding residences, who pack every single table and are attended to by friendly servers. If you are willing to go out ofyour way to visit this adorable bright-orange bungalow, the chill atmosphere will make you feel as though you have never beenaway from home. Read more

Sanctity Johnson 1 year ago
3

This place is hit or miss. The food is overall VERY salty. But since food standards are super low in Marin, esp for Asian food,... and most people rate for service, not flavor...it's decent for Marin standards. (Which doesn't say much) We have tried severalmenu items over time. The shrimp fun (flat noodles) was disappointing. One note, lacks flavor and super salty. It only had 2shrimps inside. There's a Burmese place in Daly City that has very tasty garlic noodles, so relatively speaking, these noodleswere just okay, doesn't have the most flavor. One note and also very salty. I do recommend the wings and ribs. They were saltybut tasty. The hoisin glaze on them are a sweet soy glaze. I used the glaze to sauce the jasmine rice in the Hawaiian basilshrimp rice. Which was also a little bland but salty. I wouldn't go out of your way for a visit, esp since there's betteroptions in the city. But since Marin has very limited, good food choices in general, it's worth a try. Read more

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Does Burmatown offer delivery?

Yes, Burmatown offers delivery.

When is open?

is open on the following days:

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: 04:30 PM - 08:30 PM

Wednesday: 04:30 PM - 08:30 PM

Thursday: 04:30 PM - 08:30 PM

Friday: 04:00 PM - 08:30 PM

Saturday: 04:00 PM - 08:30 PM

Sunday: Closed